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in yosemite the bodies found days later. an emotional family shares its story. stacey butler on the unbelievable heartbreak >>> we miss our boys so much we had so many plans, for us with them. it's going to be really hard >>> they face the loss of their lives tonight for the first time since that fateful day in yosemite the atoms share their story. >>> they were ripped away before our eyes >>> they took their first trip as a family to a church camp in yosemite josh the oldest son angelo son and the man and a couple son jacob having the time of their lives >>> jacob was sitting down and and he was sitting down the water came up to their bellybutton >>> she shot these pictures from a bridge moments before it her whole world swept down the river. >>> i grabbed my son and i saw my other son, to do his best to save him and my wife to do her best to save them both >>> and they grabbed josh by the leg all three dragged over a waterfall he was forced to let go >>> i watched him take his last breath there's nothing i could do, i will need help with that. >>> josh the marriage but he w
the idea that he would get away with it one more time. >> will the family of stacey peterson get justice after her former husband is found guilty of murder? she's the fourth wife of former illinois police officer drew peterson, who was convicted on thursday of murdering his third wife back in 2004. peterson, charge in the death only after his fourth wife, stacey, vanished in 2007. stacey's family hopes that the conviction will bring justice for them. david scwarts is a prosecutor and nikki siegel is a defense attorney. i will be honest with you, i covered this case. i met drew a number of times. he is a bitave creepy character. but one juror is having trouble, at least, in speaking out today, that the case is purely circumstantial, based on statements that wife number 4 made to her pastor and things wife number 3 who, dried in a dry bathtub, initially ruled an accident, had written down and told family members about her fears. do you think, vickie, that that was enough for a conviction? what could happen from here? >> in the totality of circumstances, generally, this is not the kind of c
that stacey peterson made saying they had knowledge that drew peterson was involved in the death were admitted into court. under normal circumstance this are not. we are 30 minutes away from finding out the buildup which goes back, now, eight years to the death of savio, in less than 30 minutes, in the neighborhood 25 minutes we will know the verdict. the jury is looking at two murder counts and the difference between the to is whether there was premeditation, whether there was a premeditated murder or whether drew peterson should have none by the fact that he held, allegedly, held her head under water and it was likely she was going to die. those are the two choices. we should know shortly. >>shepard: well be back to you just after the top of the hour for live coverage of the verdict in the drew peterson murder trial. for years, conventional wisdom lab that republicans have more over the democrats on national security. this year the democrats have the edge. we will get do that and the reasons for it from beautiful charlotte, north carolina. great do have you with us this great do have you wit
:10 loppz says: "everybody in america wants drew peterson convicted because of stacey." stacey."and a verdict could come today... in the drew peterson murder trial.how much jail time he faces... if convicted.you're watching fox 45 morning news.. all local.. all morning. 3 çia÷ 3 3 3 3 coming up... the trial begins ttday... in the case of michael jackson's estate.the copyright issue... that's being fought out in court. and these ducks will need to &pdo morr than just look both ways... before crossing a busy highway.we'll show you how they managed to dodge ttaffic... and make it to the other side ácompletely unharmed.áyou're waaching fox 45 orning news.. all 3 local.. aal 3 new this morning... a finnl farewell will be held next week for neil armssrong... the firss man to set foot on the moon.on september 3tt... a memorial service will take place at the national cathedral... with a very available to the public.the 10 a-mmservice will also be broadcast live on nasa t-v... and streamed on its website. armsttong diid last month at the age of 82. jury deliberations begin today..
and lesbian activists. labor literalist -- leaders will have a big role. i am stacey cohan abc 7 news. >> thank you, stacey. a 17-year-old, daniel borowy, was injured and being treated at the shock trauma center in baltimore after one others to open fire last week. they are asking for prayers for his family. the church has been raising money to help cover medical expenses and police in prce george's county are asking for your help to find a man in a stock a -- who shot a store clerk. they say he refused to hand over cash. the clerk is recovering with non-life-threatening injuries. and tomorrow the anniversary of v.j. day honoring veterans and those who lost their lives at the world war ii memorial this morning. wreaths were placed at the freedom wall where gold stars commemorate the more than 400,000 americans who gave their lives during the war. >> the generation won that war and they not only say to that nation, -- they said the world. >> there was the signing ceremony that occurred on board the uss missouri. coming up on abc 7 news at 5:00 another derailment for the train company
stacey slaughter who works for the giants? >> she does. >> you have a twin out there. >> here we go. ♪ in san francisco's fight to save the historic bar ♪ ♪ it was the 23rd of may but we are packing up the pieces and moving to the bay ♪ ♪ where the gold dust settles, where the gold dust sines -- shines ♪ ♪ this olindo will keep swinging until closing time ♪ ♪ the lamps and the tables and red velvet booth, the old wawood bar ♪ ♪ where the gold does settle, where the gold does shine ♪ ♪ the van will -- band will keep on singing until closing time ♪ ♪ take a cable car ride to the waterfront or the fisherman docked on jefferson ♪ look for that old marquee and lights, invite your friends for some old good times ♪ ♪ go where the gold dust settles, where the gold dust shines ♪ ♪th the whiskey will keep on pouring until closing time ♪ ♪ where the gold dust shines ♪ [applause] >> thank you. that is a tough act to follow. >> my firm did the noise study for the gold dust blount. -- lounge. we are identifying weak links in the structure. if the duct
what you think. speaking of facebook. loren is back. >>> no pole dancing. this is better, stacey sent in this picture of her son, jackson and dog shads doe. they went surfing near the route 90 bridge, in to ocean city. great picture. we posted it on facebook. it's generated a lot of comments. hey, mom, this is one way to beat the traffic. i would not go in there, i smell sharks. >>> we look forward to the segment. >>> imagine looking out your window and seeing a massive object falling from the sky. you think falling star or, i don't know. >> a piece of a plane. this happened in washington, not a bird, rather a part of a plane. landing gear from a boeing 767, plunged to the ground and didn't hit anything. >> it was a big flap of medal. >> this is a piece of the door that fell. i couldn't pick up the whole thing. i got a little piece. >> some people say they have a souvenir, faa is investigating what happened. here is the kicker, they haven't determined what plane this came from. >> it's strange. you think they would be able to track that down immediately. 3q finally carpet cleaning got
, stacey peterson vanished in '07. she is presumed dead, although her body was never found. drew peterson is now facing a maximum of 60 years behind bars. >>> an 84-year-old woman beaten, robbed, and then left all alone in her apartment for more than 24 hours. the attack happened here back in february. and today, police in prince george's county say that they've got their man, the 56- year-old rodney william blanton. michelle jackson found the victim alone crying for help on the floor of her apartment. >> i was on my way to work and she was down there screaming, all bruised up everywhere, just sitting there. >> what do you think would have happened to her if you did not hear her? >> that she pay have passed away or something. >> reporter: he originally ran out of the back balcony, with $50 on hand, but he left a drop of blood after the victim bit him on the hand during the struggle. they use dna from that blood to get their man. >>> the crusade that gains nuance nightclubs in prince george's county nightclub tonight. police and city workers locked up the nightclub tonight. but the problem
stacey disappeared in 2007. she is still missing. prosecutors say he killed savio because he feared a pending divorce settlement will wipe him out. >>> you have to hear a story out of massachusetts. taxpayers will foot the bill for a prison inmate to get a sex change. michelle kosalak was born a man but now is a woman in an all man prison. he is serving a sentence for the murder of his wife. surgery is the only way to treat him. a sex change can cost up to $20,000. >>> well, the big story tonight is the democratic national convention going on right now in charlotte, north carolina. and joining us now live from charlotte, brian moran, the current chair of the democratic party of virginia and a former candidate. >> it's great to be with you this morning. i'm glad all of you viewers are staying up and having watch michelle obama's speech. i'm sure they're all fired up. >> i'm glad you brought up the speech because that's my first question. a lot of emotion and a very personal speech. i'm wondering if the polls already show that they like president obama's personality, what's the purpos
's disease by hiking and raising money for a good cause. stacey mann from promise to parrinson's and dr. beeienson are joining us live this morning with more. - how does tte hiie raise funds?- how long is the hike? - how does this disease affect you personally? personally? to get involved in the fight against parkinson's log on to fox baltimore dot com slash morning. during our 8 o'clock hour... we took ou to "ripley's believe or not" museum... and asked you if you thought áthis guná... was the gun used to shoot president lincoln. many of you weet online to answerrthat question.we're revealing our inner next. you're watching fox 45 good day baltimore. ((break 4)) here you go little man. [ humming ] [ babbling ] the cheerios bandit got you again? [ both laugh ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios ...and now... you! [ giggles ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios -live look charlotte... where dnc wrapped up last night -president about to board air force one 3 3 3 3 mapfiberwilkens map viewiig arrangements hhae been set for art modell... he former owner of the baltimore r. ravens.yyu can pay
, witnesses described conversations they had with his ex-wife and his fourth wife, stacey peterson. she spoke of threats that peterson made before her death. peterson is charged with killing savio and consider add suspect in the disappearance of stacey peterson. >> first lady is no stranger to late night appearing on david letterman's show, the second in a week. she revealed the top ten reasons to watch the democratic national convention. >> number six. >> as a healthy alternative we are using low-fat. >> number four? >> there will be no kiss camera. >> come on! come on! >> number two? >> joe biden says it will be a big, you know what deal. >> big [bleep] deal. >> the weather has been causing havoc in charlotte, north carolina, so we will find out what is on tap for the rest of the week. janice? >> we do have rain across the plains today, and across the mid-atlantic, charlotte is in the way of, perhaps, showers and storms yet again today. it has been a bad week in terms of nasty weather. that will continue, unfortunately, for the morning, the afternoon, and the skies should clear in the eveni
. : best the backdrop of the violent protests, the largest meeting started in new york today. >> stacey reported the 67th meeting of the united nations general assembly involves 120 heads of state. >> as the 2012 united nations general assembly gets underway. iranian president is already making news by scolding the u.n. security council. >> the security council has failed to establish justice and ensure sustainable peace and security in the world. >> iran is facing international scrutiny and u.n. sanctions for its nuclear program, with israel calling for action. alaskait may arise tomorrow. the president is also likely to mention the unrest in the muslim world. this morning, secretary of state, hillary clinton, talked about the assassination of the u.s. ambassador in libya and said the world will not tolerate mob violence. >> the people sent this message loudly and clearly on friday. when they forcefully rejected the extremist in their mist and reclaimed the honor and dignity of a courageous city. >> president obama is fielding criticism for skipping bilateral meetings with world l
as an assault on the ideals of the world body. stacey cohen has more. >> president set the tone of his remarks with his first words, chris stevens. he honored the late u.s. ambassador's devotion to libya and promised to find the people who killed stevens and three others. and the president asked for unanimous condemnation of the mob behind the murders. >> today we must reaffirm that our future will be determined by people like chris stevens and not by his killers. today we must declare that this violence and intolerance has no place among our united nations. >> the president called a privately produced video that anchored muslims crude and disgusting. affirmed the american ideal of free speech. the world is growing impatient with the nation's secrecy around its nuclear program. >> let me be clear. america wants to resolve this issue. we believe that there is time and space to do so. >> mr. obama also called for an end to the regime of syrian president,a la sad. u.n. secretary, the violence in that nation is spiraling dangerously. >> continue to be commented. mainly by the government, but
this week from a 35 day vacation. [sot stacey springer ]in 1:59 "i just don't know what to say. i could llw up about it. you know, it's ridiculous."trt:05 lawmakkrs are out the door by friday...freeing up time to campaign.[cnn po 54th Ñand it comes at a time when america is about to fall off the fiscal cliff.in: :01 "we remain at war in afghanistan and with al qaeda and senate democrats haven't even bothered to pass a defense authorization billl gas prices have more than doubled over the past four yeers."trt=:10 [cnn po 50th harry reid ]in:06 "what they have done is the very definition of chutzpah. done is the very in:06 "what they have reid ]in:06 "what they have done is the very definition of ccutzpah. the nerve. what nerve mister president. they are complaining about a result that they themselves created. they have created the fact that we haven't gooten anything done. they are good at it." trt=:14keep in mind, the next vacation is only one day way. [sot in brad janson] in 3:45 it's infuriating, i hate to watch the news anymore, it makes me sooangry." trt=:05 congress is expecte
stacey lynn craft her speech, did an amazing job. her toddler daughter was born with congenital heart disease and talked about the impact of the new health care law and her family. i want to play a little bit of that. >> there's no way we could afford to pay for all of the care she needs to survive. worrying that people would let an insurance company take away her health care, just because of politics? one in 100 children are born with a congenital heart defect. president obama is fighting for them. >> one of the things that the administration has argued about the health care law, as it starts to roll in as more people start to feel its effects, then it will become more and more popular. is that what her speech last night was about? >> yeah, what that speech does was pick out just one component of the bill and a very easily understood one, which is lifetime limits of payouts of basically help from an insurance policy and how easily those lifetime limits can be hit. in this case, imagine you have a baby with congenital heart disease who needs three different open heart surgery operatio
from his fourth wife, stacey peterson, to convince them that he did it. >> the part where she said that she... woke up in the middle of the night, didn't see him. the part about that drew told her what to say to the media. we thought that was important. >> peterson faces up to 60 years in prison. the ex-cop is also a suspect in stacey peterson's disappearance. two missing toddlers are safe after a day-long boat chase near san francisco. that's the latest word from the coast guard. the children, just two and three years old. police say the father abducted them from their mother's home earlier this week. reskrew cue crews chased them. clint eastwood talking for the first time about his unusual appearance at the republican national convention. >> what do you want me to tell romney? i can't tell him to do that. he can't do that to himself. [laughter] >> the actor saying his conversation with an
of hurricane isaac. >> the roads look horrible. the subdivisions are horrible. >> reporter: stacey brennan and her husband were among the many residents of st. john the baptist par whoirb waited in gas lines for hours to fill up their vehicles and gas cans. while the area has never taken on this much water, stacey says they have seen and weathered plenty of storms. >> we were in andrew in 1992. my mom's house got totalled. for katrina, so we just try to bunker down and help everybody who we can help. and help ourselves. >> reporter: and in some areas on thursday the water was still very deep sending search crews from the military, sheriff's office, national guard and the department of wildlife and fisheries into neighborhoods to rescue those trapped inside their homes. despite the threat of isaac tracy never considered leaving her home. >> i've been here about six years and i've got other people been here 10, 20, 30 years and says this has never happened in laplace. that is what we all say. >> residents have been forced to evacuate, boarding buses headed to shelters in alexandria, shrevepo
. >> reporter: for stacey tillman of harrisburg, north carolina, suburb of charlotte, these tickets meant the chance of a lifetime. like thousands of others two .eeks ago she waited in long lines for nearly four hours in 90-degree heat for a chance at a ticket to hear the president speak in person. what was your reaction when you heard the news? >> disappointing but at the same ilme the weather's been a concern all week, we've been s tching it and i think that it was probably a good decision. pa reporter: david miller of west virginia says he'll keep his ticket as a souvenir and do as the campaign recommended and go to a viewing party tomorrow night. atchhether we get to see him live or we get together as a community and get to watch him in our homes together, the volunteers really support the president no matter what. >> reporter: the president will now stand at the same podium as his wife in every other speaker sp this convention. now that president obama will w eak indoors, the fireworks show has been canceled and there will be no big balloon drop sh indoors. scott, organizers say ther
to christopher on stacey road. jerry ward lives across the street. bob, who doesn't want to show his face, knew him the best. >> he was a nice guy, years to get along with -- easy to get along with. no idea why he snapped, no idea. >> reporter: police say lacey, a computer programmer, shot and killed officer youngstrom on tuesday morning. youngstrom was parked on the freeway, checking on a reported traffic accident. his partner was the one who directed lacey to pull over behind youngstrom for having an obstructed license plate. >> looking at the dash cam video, it looks as though the two had a conversation. then without any warning, lacey pulled out a gun and shot officer youngstrom in the head. >> lacey moved here to this rural area of some 3,000 people near corning about a year and a half ago. neighbors say he paid 35,000 for the home and paid it off in about a year. >> the only information he would give up is that he was raised in oregon. and they say every time they steered the conversation about himself, he changed the subject. >> reporter: ward says she knew something was seriously wrong
, down 1.5% from 2010. stacey smith sees the faces behind all those numbers. he leads a program in washington, d.c. that helps those in need, get ready for employment. the program used to cater mostly to women in poverty, but since the recession started, the demographics have changed. >> i've seen the dynamics change, we've had a sprinkling of a couple of gentlemen, and the age has changed as well, we've got like a younger population we've got people in the ages of 18 on up to 24, 25. >> reporter: smith says his clients face a wide range of challenges, from long-term unemployment, to a lack of skills necessary for jobs, to simpler things, like limited access to daycare. his job is to help them work through it all, as they pull themselves out of poverty and find jobs. >> the turnaround time seems extremely long, i mean quite honestly. >> reporter: the longer unemployment sits over 8%, the longer it will take the poverty rate to come down. and some analysts think the way we measure poverty doesn't capture the true extent of the problem. >> although standards of living have improve
.. it was initially thought that her death was accidental but thomas stacey went missing in the year 20 07. jury selection for the federal corruption piece of kilpatrick he is accused of setting up a criminal enterprise of killing. prosecutors.... saying that his job was abused with rigging city contractors in city jobs and robbing the city of millions. >> we are showing you that the the pitcher was hit directly in the head with a line pitcher but he seems to be falling. let me show you. he walked off the field he seems to be--fine after a two-hour surgery. the 88 a's. pitcher had a skull fracture and after another ct scan improvements. as mccarthy is currently resting he is in critical care but is expected to make a full recovery >> the season in football just getting under way. and advertisements for the super bowl almost all sold out. 90 percent sold. a 32nd slot is a record 3.7-3.8 million. that is perhaps nearly $125,000 per second. they could make $25 million in revenue. >> 6:52 new pictures of prince harry. [ female announcer ] over the years, your mouth has sipped, snacked, ...yellowed..
of the phone records between drew peterson and his fourth wife stacey ... they wanted more information on the testimony of the divorce lawyer ... the judge denied that particular request and then he received another note ... the transcript on the discussion about the police report where it was reported drew peterson threaten the life of his third wife ... >>it doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure out who did this >>the sister kathleen savio is certain that drew peterson is guilty but it's up to the jury to decide ... he was to march with two counts of first-degree murder in the what death of his third wife of kathleen savio ... the case got reopened in 2007 after the fourth wife stacy peterson disappeared new autopsies' after the body was exhumed determined that she had been indeed murdered ... prosecutors presented a mountain of circumstantial and forensic evidence ... and hearsay evidence that implicated him in the death of his third wife ... only the findings from two separate pathologists were submitted by the defense claiming that the case of death was an accident ... this mo
never accidentally drowned in that top and testimony from witnesses, stacey petersons pastor said stacy told him she lied to police about where her husband was denied savio was murdered he prayed with gem over the phone and cried when he heard guilty. >> i got to be a voice. >> drew peterson could get 20-60 years in prison, the state attorney said he will push for the latter argument that peterson is the prime suspect in his fourth wife's disappearance. illinois state police have been working aggressively on spacey peterson's casestacey petersons case. >> a crowd of observers came together at the will county courthouse. and when the verdict was read aloud, the crowd broke into cheers glad that peterson had been found guilty. ... the atmosphere remained rockets for about seven minutes as you are about to hear. even vehicles passing by honked their horns. some of those closest to the case also expressed their feelings. the jury found the retired police officer guilty. >> my thoughts tonight are thank god they got the murderer and i hope they never let him out he can rot there. the savi
if she threaten to go to police and tell them how drew killed kathleen. chari met with stacey two months before she disappeared in told him that she lied to police about cruz whereabouts the weekend kathleen died. sherrie had been gone for hours and when he returned early in the morning he was dressed in black and was washing women's clothes true allegedly coached her for hours about what to say to police. there is certainly some evidence like bringing home the women's clothes being gone, coaching her, all of those things i think those are the most powerful. stacy's family and friends believes that the jurors will confect. kathleen savio's family spent the day in the bus of cincinnati restaurant for jeff ruby the self- proclaimed victims advocate who is offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to stacy's disappearance and was also kicked out of court for mouthing f-you to drew. i think and i'm afraid that if he gets that he will become a cause i celebrity where he thinks he can get away with anything and you will make a mockery of kathleen in a rare moment of introspection the
savio. two witnesses testified his fourth wife stacey who disappeared five years ago told them peterson killed savio. >>> a philadelphia man has been charged with calling in a false threat that a passenger aboard a us airways flight had a bomb. apparently the caller was trying to get back at the passenger over a facebook posting. >>> wall street closed out the trading week in the black. the dow, nasdaq and s&p 500 all finished higher today and all three rose for the week as a whole. >>> a mother in china has come up with a novel way to tell her quadruplets apart. she shaved their hair, giving each a number from 1 to 4 on the tops of their heads. her mom says the 6-year-old boys are identical and their teachers feared they would not be able to tell the boys apart in school. >> i'm sure that will make them very popular in school. i'm sure they're not going to get mocked. >>> what is it about bad weather that makes people get naked and show up on the news? the riduculist is next. ordinary rubs don't always work on my arthritis. try capzasin-hp. it penetrates deep to block pain signals for
. the former police sergeant became a suspect in her death only after his 4th wife stacey peterson disappeared in 2007. peterson has pleaded not guilty, if convicted he faces up to 60 years in prison. >> time now 5:12. another high-powered speaker takes a big stage tonight at the dnc. it is former president bill clinton on stage tonight. he is following last night's dynamic speech by first lady michelle obama. our reporter sandra endo is live there where the democrats are preparing themselves for tomorrow's speech from president obama. >> reporter: that's right, good morning, dave. voters here feasted on a buffet of democratic themes last night, but in the end it was the lady who knows the president the best who said this election is personal. democrats kicked off their convention in charlotte last night and focused their day one messages highlighting president obama's accomplishments. >> with 29 months in a row of private sector job growth, president obama is moving america forward, not back. >> he said he would end the war in iraq, and he has. [ cheers ] >> many were critical of mitt romney,
the police how drew had killed kathy peterson. >> a blundering attempt to portray stacey peterson's greed drews attorneys allowed the testimony. the ploy backfired. >> the defense attorney tried to exploit that and tried to destroy the character of stacy peterson the fact that she was trying to take advantage of her knowledge and get more money out of drew. how do you feel about that? >> i think it kind of turned around to buy the them in the butt really. even more that even they believed that stacy knew that drew killed my aunt. >> geraldo: craig, let's put aside the whole thing with the divorce lawyer harry smith is his name. i think judge jeanine handled that one well. we started on this case at the very beginning and watched it develop. how big a role did the shod did initial investigation. how much of that was related to the fact that drew peterson was a cop and connected in that community? >> i think the family firmly believes that it was because drew peterson was a cop. not just a cop but the in your face former police sergeant of the bolingbrook p.d. he used the fact that he was a
was elizabeth torres. her two daughters staceying their mother's name is bittersweet. >> it is nice she is remembered, but we would rather her be here. at least she is a part -- she really liked this park. >> city leaders unveiled the plaque to coincide with the pg&e pipeline explosion. >> this evening we gather once more to reflect and further commit to our promise never to forget. >> the blast was traced to a faulty well. in all the explosion devoid 30 homes and damaged dozens more. in addition to the eight who died, several others were injured including sandy arnold. she is still recovering. >> it is slowly coming back. it has been a long road. i have had lots of operations and lots more to go. this year i'm walking. i wasn't last year. >> others who survived the blast took part in a less formal ceremony in the neighborhood. they held a moment of silence at the intersection of clairemont and glen view drive where most of the destruction occurred. >> it seemed like yesterday every day. there is not one time i don't think about it. >> despite the lingering pain and emotions, many have
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